- Snuff box
- Jean Frémin (active between: 1738-1786) , Goldsmith
- After Alexandre-François Desportes (1661 - 1743), scenes
- Paris, France
- 1756 - 1757
- Object size: 3.5 x 7 x 5 cm
Weight: 150.4 g
- Maker's mark: 'J F' over an eagle's head seen in profile. Mark of Jean Fremin, goldsmith registered in Paris, 24 September 1738 - 1786. Almost completely erased in the right-hand wall
Warden's mark: 'Q' of the Maison Commune mark for gold, Paris, 20 July 1756 - 15 July 1757. Almost completely erased in the right-hand wall
Charge mark: A head of an ox, for the sous-fermier Julien Berthe, Paris, 1 October 1750-51 - October 1756. Almost completely erased in the right-hand wall
Discharge mark: A shell, for the fermier Eloy Brichard and Etienne Somfoye, Paris, 1 October 1756 - 1 October 1762.
Mark: The French contingent mark for gold and silver on the market 'by chance' (literally par hazard) but not denoting any standard, 19 June 1798 - 31 August 1809.
- Boudoir Cabinet